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General Information
CPE or the Proficiency Exam is a high level exam and is for students who have reached a C2 level in English.

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For information on the new test specifications for Cambridge English: Proficiency click here.
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For information regarding the CPE exam go to the Cambridge ESOL website.
University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations
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"The Mystery of Idiomaticity in English "
Learners of English can reach very high levels of competence in grammar and vocabulary, and often surpass their ‘native’ counterparts. Paradoxically, to the ‘non-native’ speaker, English idioms of all kinds tend to come with great difficulty and rather than make for fluency they slow the speaker down. In this session Luke Prodromou will look at the importance of idiomaticity in fluency and in international exams.

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